Despite having no personal interest in the product, many people like to trash talk it. It's a bit like when the PS3 got cheaper but wasn't backwards compatible. We cue it down to insecurity. Whatever, we digress.
Point is, PSP Go sold fine according to Sony. PSP hardware is up 120 per cent compared with the previous week, with both PSP Go and PSP 3000 selling well for the period.
"PSPgo has performed in line with our expectations, driving 100 per cent incremental volume for the category and has benefited the broad PSP portfolio with PSP-3000 also enjoying a big lift," said SCEE in a statement.
"PSP software sales also having been a standout with both new releases GT PSP and FIFA 10 performing well."</blockquote>
It'll be interesting to see how well it does sell. We expect tame but solid numbers for the system. Sony are yet to release any figures.